Lead vocalist of Incubus, Brandon Boyd comes from a musical background. Younger brother Jason was the lead singer of a band called Audiovent and cousin Robert is a well-known Flamenco guitarist. Brandon’s vocal prowess is all natural; he only took two vocal lessons before running out of money. The strength of his voice was the main reason Incubus was signed in 1996. They have since put out 7 albums, the most recent of which, Monuments and Melodies, is a greatest hits record. Brandon has also written two books, which consist of his own artwork and photography, Incubus lyrics and other personal writings. Additionally, he is a painter and had a solo show in 2008. In 2010, Brandon released his first solo album, The Wild Trapeze. He is one talented guy; Brandon can do it all!
Brandon designed concert fliers for Incubus’ earliest performances that featured artwork he had copied from a sex education book. He can play the didgeridoo and djembe.